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Expert opinions

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Tuesday, 08 August 2017 09:00

It seems that the world is full of talking heads masquerading as experts. These pretenders pop-up following every breaking news story - from major incidences like terrorist attacks to routine events like interest rate hikes. The media feels compelled to call upon these “authorities” to act as instant experts and explain what has happened and why.


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Luxury fever

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Monday, 31 July 2017 09:00

Australians have a rising appetite for the good things in life. More and more of us crave prestige cars, trophy homes, designer clothes, exotic holidays, gourmet dining and exclusive wines. Even people on modest incomes aspire to own a Louis Vuitton handbag or a Mercedes-Benz sports.


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Social media

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Monday, 17 July 2017 09:00

It seems that the world is hooked on social media. Billions of people use social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Twitter and Pinterest to seek out information and interact with others. This has revolutionised the way we communicate and connect in a globalised world.


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Alien neighbours

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Monday, 26 June 2017 09:00

My entire working life has been spent in the financial services sector. It has been a rewarding career and, importantly, it’s paid the bills. But if I had my time over again and I was smart enough (which I am not!), I sometimes think that I would have enjoyed being an astronomer.


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Faith-based investing

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Monday, 19 June 2017 09:00

The ability to invest along religious lines is gaining momentum. Some people of faith are avoiding “sin stocks” in favour of spiritually responsible funds. Such individuals want their investments to grow, but not at the expense of strongly held moral beliefs.


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